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To bad you sold them. At least you had them ;-)

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D collecting of fones a kind of responsibility in case of d batts coz of charging them. Hard 2 get good batts 4 real oldies. What shall i do with a dead fone?

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How do you mean "dead"?

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Dead means it doesnt work. Got some damaged 1, sometimes i use 388 or 888 and they work perfect, however d batt is d basic by using them.

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my classic t39
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/// microwave technologies...


"The Key to Artillery Superiority"



ARTHUR - Weapon Locating Radar


ARTHUR - ARTillery HUnting Radar - is developed to perform as the core element of a brigade or division level Counter Battery Sensor System. Together with a highly developed air-defense capability, the ability to suppress the enemy artillery is the key to maintain a Freedom of Maneuver on the battlefield.

ARTHUR is just as useful to surveillance a peace treaty in a Peace Support Operation, as it is effective in an active Counter Battery Operation.


The tactical flexibility of ARTHUR allows it to be a stand-alone medium range WLR or a long-range weapon locating system, consisting of 2-4 radars working co-ordinated. This flexibility enables the system to maintain a constant surveillance of an Area of Interest in a highly mobile and fragmented battlefield.


ARTHUR is in full-scale series production and the system is continuously improved, based on the feedback from our customers.

Ericsson can offer a unique logistics support package, including maintenance, spare part administration, yearly custom controlled updates and both operational and technical education.








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"Technology of Vision"



ERIEYE - Airborne Early Warning & Control System (AEW&C)

ERIEYE is the first high-performance, long-range Airborne Early Warning & Control (AEW&C) system based on active phased-array pulse-Doppler radar.

This new-generation system is capable of installation in a variety of commercial and military aircraft, including regional jet or turboprop airliners. It meets full AEW&C requirements for detecting and tracking targets at ranges of up to 450 km over land or water.

ERIEYE is a complete AEW&C system, including radar (with integrated SSR/IFF), electronic support measures, communications and data links, comprehensive command-and-control facilities and self-protection system.

The ERIEYE radar, with its fixed electronically scanned antenna and use of adaptive radar control techniques, has superior resolution accuracy. When compared to traditional rotodome-based solutions, it provides enhanced detection and tracking performance, including the active simultaneous tracking of multiple targets. In addition, the radar offers significantly improved resistance to electronic countermeasures (ECM).

State-of-the-art command-and-control system gives the on-board mission-system crew full capability for AEW&C roles as well as maximum flexibility for other peacetime and war missions. ERIEYE is fully interoperable with and easily integrated into NATO Air Defense Command Systems.






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Tactical communications system



The EriTac product range covers switches, radio relays and bulk encryption units permitting communication systems to be tailor-made according to each user's requirements. Typical applications are tactical area networks, air defense networks and command post communication networks. Civil EriTac applications are used in areas where ordinary communications have been destroyed, for example by an earthquake, and where temporary communications are quickly needed

Supports a variety of subscribers
Excellent warfare protection
Short deployment and set-up time
Small and robust equipment
The main EriTac components are:

Tactical switch - CPX200

Radio relay family - RL400

Almost any type of subscriber terminals can be connected to EriTac. Magneto telephones, digital combat net radios, and 256 kb/s data subscribers can be connected to the same switch. ISDN is also supported. Besides access to PBX, PSTN and radio networks, EriTac can offer gateways to cellular and satellite networks.

Fast and easy deployment is ensured by the use of specially designed antennas and masts. The start-up time of EriTac is short thanks to the use of pre-programmed configurations, saturation routing, and automatic adaptation to network changes.

EriTac features the world's most advanced ECCM performance. The frequency-hopping radio relays and the synchronization and routing systems are matched to achieve outstanding resistance to jamming.

All EriTac components are easy to install in small vehicles that give the units high mobility and low system cost. They are built to meet severe electronic and mechanic environments.
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RL400 - Radio relay family




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Corner reflector antennas developed to match the RL402 versions. They have high gain and are designed for field use. Their antenna diagrams show that their back lobe and side lobe attenuation is very good.





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/// microwave technologies...


Helicopter and Aircraft Radio Detection



HARD

HARD is an X-band 3D Search and Acquisition Radar specially designed to be a " silent radar" in short range air defense missile systems (SHORADMS). Small size and low weight make it easy to integrate in vehicles of all kind.

The integration with C3I systems is based on open standards.

The HARD radar operates with a complex search beam pattern and multiple tracking beams in the target direction.

The HARD radar operates with outstanding ECCM and LPI characteristics. In addition to protection against detection and jamming, the performance of HARD also provides protection against anti radiation missiles.

The HARD process different channels, MTI for fixed wing targets, HLC for helicopter detection and analysis and a Non-MTI channel for increased sensitivity and detection of tangential targets.

The data processing has the ability of automatic track initiation on both targets and jammers. IFF plots are used to identify and mark friendly targets.

The HARD radar is in use in different SHORADMS systems within Europe. Typical integration's as in systems below.




HARD in the ASRAD-R system now selected in Finland via STN ATLAS Elektronik GmbH




HARD in theGerman LeFlaSys system via STN ATLAS Elektronik GmbH




HARD in the Swedish RBS90 system

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Multiprocessor Real-time Computer



MACS - Modular Airborne Computer System

Developed for the Gripen fourth-generation multi-role fighter, the Ericsson MACS is a standardized, highly modular multiprocessor computer concept designed for severe airborne environments with their real-time applications.

The MACS processors and I/O units may be used in various combinations to fit the applications - in the Gripen, for example, MACS is used in the radar, the mission computer and the cockpit display with a different number of processors in each system.

MACS meets all the requirements of such a demanding environment: high real-time performance, modular functionality and performance, low weight, volume and power consumption and high reliability. The system includes integral software development capability and is supportable over a long service life including future upgrades.

MACS modules are also available as standard VME boards.

SEEMACS - the Software Engineering Environment for MACS - supports host-to-target development of real-time embedded systems. It includes an integrated Ada application development environment based on Rational Software Corporation's proven Apex® AD technology.



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A New Dimension in Electronic Warfare



MIDIS - Multifunction Integrated Defensive Information Systems

MIDIS is a highly modular and multi-functional defensive information system that meets the requirements for situation awareness, survivability and sensor fusion in tomorrow's dense and complex signal environment. It introduces new principles for signal selection and adaptive processing allied with the state-of-the-art technology of Ericsson's in-house integrated Microwave MultiChip Modules (MMCM).

Depending on customer needs MIDIS functionality may in one integrated and highly cost-effective system with common hardware include Electronic Support Measures (ESM); Radar Warning Receiver (RWR); Electronic Intelligence (ELINT); Electronic Countermeasures (ECM); high-capability data link communications; and Low Probability of Intercept (LPI) radar.

Functionality also has high growth potential, with upgrades being implemented primarily in software, and the system is built on an open architecture that allows the integration of optional sensors.

Compared with conventional EW systems, MIDIS offers considerable added value, featuring excellent signal selectivity in complex and dense environments as well as, in passive mode, sensitivity that allows the detection, tracking and identification of objects at very long range.

The system also implements accurate true omnidirectional passive measurement, the detection of LPI radar and fast auto-matic responsive jamming. Built-in data link communication enables, for example, cooperative ESM and coordinated ECM.

MIDIS has been designed from the beginning to meet the requirements for low volume and weight, high integration and fast response inherent in current and next-generation fighter aircraft. Within the scope of its functions, it is cost-effective in any air, sea or ground application.







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Ericsson's Future Airborne Radar



NORA - Active Electronically Scanned Array

Ericsson's future airborne radar is Not Only a RAdar, NORA, but also a complete electronic warfare system including jamming and data communication.

Ericsson Microwave Systems has been studying a future airborne radar concept for the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration since 1994. A complete radar system demonstrator will be installed in a Swedish fighter for flight tests in 2004.

The new radar will use an Active Electronically Scanned Array, AESA, built up with approximately 1 000 individual transmit/receive modules. The antenna, mounted on a single-axis platform, will give well over 200° coverage in azimuth.

NORA offers superior performance by virtue of a number of core capabilities at Ericsson - beam agility, beam widening, multi-channel processing, target-specific waveforms and low radar cross-section.

The new radar system will make a vital contribution to information superiority for fighter pilots, to long-range fighter combat and the precision engagement of ground targets.





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The Radar Sensor for Information Superiority



PS-05/A - Advanced Multimode Fighter Radar

True multimode capability plus an optimized man-machine interface - the features of Ericsson's PS-05/A radar that add up to the information superiority so appreciated by pilots of the world's first operational fourth-generation fighter. The Swedish Gripen carries one of the most advanced multimode fighter radars in production today.

The fruit of 45 years' continuous experience in the development of fighter radars - for the Lansen, Draken, Viggen and now Gripen - the PS-05/A offers high-resolution air-to-air and air-to-ground modes, outstanding tracking performance, comprehensive ECCM, high reliability and full support for AMRAAM missiles.

Modular construction based on line-replaceable units and software control of all main operating modes gives the growth potential to meet future requirements.

For air-to-air operations, the PS-05/A offers long-range search; multiple-target track-while-scan; multiple priority-target tracking, single target tracking, raid assessment, AMRAAM mid-course update, close combat search and auto-acquisition.

On air-to-surface missions, several other modes are available: long-range search/surveillance, surface moving-target indication, priority tracking of multiple ground and sea targets; real-beam mapping, high-resolution mapping using synthetic aperture radar technique (SAR), air-to-ground ranging and velocity vector calculation.





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A major asset for almost any ship


Sea GIRAFFE AMB - Naval 3D Multi-Function Search Radar

The Sea GIRAFFE AMB is a state-of-the-art naval multi-function radar using Ericsson's outstanding true 3D Agile Multi-Beam technology. The system functions simultaneously for:


Air surveillance and tracking
Surface surveillance and tracking
Target indication to weapon systems
High-resolution splash spotting
In just one radar.
Search patterns covering from the horizon to an altitude of more than 20 000 m (65 000 ft) are designed to meet all foreseeable air and surface threats. In addition, coverage at elevations up to 70° provides the Sea GIRAFFE AMB with the ultimate capability of simultaneously handling multiple threats approaching from different directions and at any altitude, including steeply diving anti-ship missiles.

The high antenna rotation rate, combined with automatically selected track initiation criteria, ensures the consistently short reaction times and stable, extremely accurate tracking that can be critical to ship survival.

Comprehensive ECCM capabilities are inherent in the Sea GIRAFFE AMB design, including ultra-low antenna sidelobes, frequency agility and code agility in the transmission patterns.

Reliable and easy to operate, the Sea GIRAFFE AMB offers high availability and long endurance at sea.





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Anti-Aircraft Search Radar


GIRAFFE 75

GIRAFFE 75 is a mobile tactical anti-aircraft search radar and Command, Control and Communications system for short-range air defense forces. The search radar and C 3 system are all housed in a fully self-contained cabin. The radar is able to detect a fighter-size target at 50 km range and up to 10 km altitude.

GIRAFFE 75 is a versatile member of the Ericsson GIRAFFE search radar family. The cabin fits most medium-sized cross-country trucks. The operational height of the radar antenna is 13 m above ground. With its dual-beam antenna and highly automated detection/tracking and threat evaluation capabilities, the GIRAFFE 75 ensures that air defense fire units have a very short reaction time. The radar has special detection channels for hovering helicopters and jamming.

GIRAFFE 75 is designed to be operated by the smallest crew possible and allows for central combat control of as many as 20 fire units. It also incorporates a broadcast mode allowing target data to be passed to an unlimited number of other connected fire units.

GIRAFFE 75 has a very low life-cycle cost as a direct result of its high reliability, efficient built-in test system and excellent maintainability.





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Integrated Air Defense



GIRAFFE AMB - 3D Air Defense Search Radar

Now in full-scale series production, the Ericsson GIRAFFE AMB Agile Multi-Beam air defense search radar is the latest in true 3D-radar technology.

Tailored for operations with medium- and short-range surface-to-air missile systems, the GIRAFFE AMB includes an integrated C3 system enabling it to act as the command-and-control center in an air defense system. It can simultaneously be integrated in a cluster of netted GIRAFFE systems, providing outstanding radar cooperation.

GIRAFFE AMB is housed in a single 6 m (20 ft) ISO container mounted on a cross-country truck, offering high mobility, a deployment time of only 10 minutes and a teardown time of three minutes. The cabin has splinter and NBC protection.

Unlike conventional 3D search radar that rely on elevation scanning technology, the GIRAFFE AMB covers a large elevation range simultaneously by using one wide beam for transmission and multiple digitally shaped narrow beams for reception.

This multi-beam antenna concept provides not only superior altitude coverage but, in particular, an unparalleled 3D-target updates rate of one per second, effectively maintaining the inherently high rate of a 2D system.

All targets within the elevation envelope are determined using monopulse techniques, thus ensuring high-quality 3D target data. The maintained pulse density ensures high clutter suppression in adverse weather conditions.

Antenna sidelobes are ultra-low which, combined with pulse-to-pulse and burst-to-burst frequency agility, gives the GIRAFFE AMB outstanding jamming resistance.





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Air and Costal Defense Networks



GIRAFFE S - Early Warning Surveillance Radar

GIRAFFE S, the longest-range member of the well known Ericsson radar family, has two main applications: as a gap-filler radar in air defense early warning systems, in which small low-flying targets must be detected at the longest possible range; and as a coastal surveillance radar, for which the priority targets are small surface vessels and sea-skimming missiles or aircraft.

In its baseline configuration, the GIRAFFE S is installed in a highly mobile cabin, although it is also suitable for customer-furnished buildings.

As an option the system can be operated in an unattended, remote installation connected to an air or coastal defense network in which tracks are automatically transmitted to a manned operations center.

Radar control and status monitoring in such a split configuration are also performed via the network, and the operators and the radar head may be separated by several hundred kilometers.

GIRAFFE S may also be operated in more autonomous roles, for which the radar site is equipped with local operator positions of varying degrees of complexity, e.g. for airport air traffic control or to provide a regional air operations or coastal operations center.

In the GIRAFFE S, state-of-the-art technology is combined with Ericsson's 50 years of experience in the radar field to provide a powerful and cost-effective surveillance radar system.



















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Wow. When do you think that SE will be integrating some of that technology into their phones?
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Think dis apart of d /// division has been kept as other technologies in /// hand. Dey r busy in a lot of several aerias, its just a slice of d cake.

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/// in d space...



saab ericsson cooperation. visit d sites below,

ITS MORE DAN INTERESTING... AND /// IS ON BOARD

http://www.streamingbox.com/smart1/

http://www.esa.int/export/SPECIALS/SMART-1/

http://sci2.esa.int/smart1/do[....]SC_PART_3_PARTICIPATING_OR.PDF

http://www.ssc.se/ssd/ssat/Sm[....]0and%20on%20site%20in%20Kourou

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KONGSBERG DEFENCE COMMUNICATIONS - TACTICAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

Kongsberg Defence Communications AS (KDC) has more than 30 years' experience in developing and producing tactical communication systems. KDC ranks among the world leaders in the area of communication systems for military use. The tactical communication system EriTac, and/or the state-of-the-art multi-role radio system MRR, provide communication for high-speed data and voice in a tactical environment. EriTac and MRR are supplied to army and air defence programmes in more than 20 countries in Europe, America, Middle and Far East, including several NATO countries. (See Press Releases below as well as our website, kdefence.com).

The Kongsberg Group (KOG) is a major defence supplier to Norwegian and NATO Defence Forces. KOG has over 4,000 employees in 20 countries. The main product areas are anti-ship cruise missiles, command and control systems, naval combat and anti-mine systems, air defence systems, simulation and training systems and tactical communications systems. For strategic reasons, the Norwegian State owns 50.1% of KOG.

ERITAC - TACTICAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
EriTac is a tactical digital communication system that exceeds EUROCOM D/1 and TACOM POST2000 interoperability recommendations and provides seamless integration with a variety of military and public networks and has an extended support for both mobile and semi static user communities.

EriTac offers:

Fast deployment, low manpower requirements and inherent high tactical survivability
Advanced electronic warfare protection provided by encrypted and frequency hopping multi channel radio links with very reliable synchronization
Interconnections and gateways to a variety of digital and analogue networks including IP and ISDN networks
High-speed line interfaces and services supporting a wide range of tactical and commercial subscriber equipment for data transfer, video conferencing, telephony, radio systems and faxes
Scalable and flexible network solutions with advanced online network management
Built-in protection against transmission bit errors
EriTac offers flexible tactical communication for:

Tactical area networks
Air defence
Command Posts
C4I
MRR - MULTI ROLE RADIO
MRR is a new generation of VHF radio systems for the digitised battlefield. MRR is a complete family of hand-held, portable PRC, vehicular VRC and base VRC configurations. MRR is so far selected by two NATO countries. The multi-role radio supports both data and voice communication and is designed to work with a variety of applications, including CNR, SCRA and air defence. It has very high ECCM capability, with both direct sequence spread spectrum and frequency hopping. It offers very long range, multi-path handling, tactical SMS, automatic frequency selection and integrated service encryption.

FIELD EXCHANGE - CPX250

CPX250 is a field exchange combining compact size with high switching capacity and high adaptability to a variety of applications, equally suitable for subscriber access and trunk switching. It has two multi-channel ports with EUROCOM 'A' electrical interfaces. In addition these ports will have the following gateways: EUROCOM and STANAG 4206. 15 subscriber line access (analogue or digital), each has a capability for up to 256kB/s data rate. ISDN access is available through ISDN BRI. CPX250 complies with military specifications for tactical environment.

ATM SWITCH - ATX300

The ATX300 is an ATM switch with a built-in router. It is a highly featured integrated access device supporting a wide range of functional interfaces for connection of customer voice and data equipment It caters for multiple service classes – and ATM virtual circuits are prioritized based on the QoS parameters associated with each service class. The ATX300 offers fully integrated data handling for routed IP and transparent LAN services.

MULTI LINE TERMINAL - MLT200

MLT200 is a family of multiline terminals that provide simultaneous access to radio nets and other subscribers through dedicated line keys configurable from CPX200. MLT200 also supports split-headset operation of individual functions.

RADIO RELAY - RL404

RL404 is a family of radio relays in Band II and Band III with adaptive output power and adaptive frequency hopping. Transmission capacity is 256kbit/s to 8Mbit/s and the typical tactical range is 10km to 60km.

BULK ENCRYPTION EQUIPMENT - CD510

CD510 is a modular multi-channel, five-port crypto with programable interface and independent traffic beys on each port module. CD510 also have an easy-to-use key management system. It adapts automatically to data rates up to 8Mbit/s. Top level security!

DIGITAL ACCESS POINT - DAP200

DAP200 is a family of digital telephones that can interface remotely and control a multitude of digital and analogue terminal equipment, including combat net radios.

MANAGEMENT STATION - MS200

MS200 is a special application PC software for remote supervision and control of all CPX and RL in a network.

OTHER PRODUCTS

Border surveillance system
ComBatt tactical battlemanagment (C4I)
Mobile command post
Tactical WLAN
Field telephone (TP200


A schematic diagram illustrating the tactical communication system, EriTac. Encrypted and frequency hopping multichannel radio links enhance electronic warfare protection.





MRR Multi Role Radio is a new generation of VHF radio systems (PRC, VRC and GRC) for the digitised battlefield. It offers very long-range, multi-path handling, automatic frequency selection and integrated service encryption.



CPX200 is an autonomous, high-capacity, digital, combined trunk and access switch. Analogue or digital terminal equipment can be connected over a two-, four- or six-wire interface



Radio Relay - RL400 is a family of radio relays with adaptive output power and adaptive frequency hopping. Transmission capacity is 256kbit/s to 8Mbit/s, and the typical tactical range is 10km to 60km.

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Should u ever heard sg, on what kind of different aerias was or is /// active, pls pm me. Tia

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As usually i would like 2 thx all of u 1 more time 4 ur comments and pix posted here. Looking 4ward 4 more kindly help, hints, reports and personal experiences from ur side ;-)

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This is my very first phone. A custom built Ericsson GF968.

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A real oldie ;-) what does gf and gh mean actually? Didnt find any info about it yet :-(

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